12 December 2012
Most Agree Legalization Would Provide More Government Revenue (76%), Reduce Black-Market Betting (75%) and Allow for Greater Regulation and Oversight (74%)
Ipsos Reid is Canada's market intelligence leader and the country’s leading provider of public opinion research. With...
05 December 2012
TORONTO—Bill C-290, an Act to amend the Criminal Code, which will allow wagering on the outcome of a single sporting event, has certainly attracted a lot of attention recently. The bill was passed unanimously by the House of Commons at third reading after hearings before the House Justice...
Canadian Gaming Association Suggests NHL, Professional Sports Should Think Twice Before Opposing Single-Event Sports Wagering In Canada
07 November 2012
Professional sports overlooking positive impact of enhanced protections offered by Bill C-290
TORONTO, ON, November 6, 2012 – The Canadian Gaming Association (CGA) is wondering why the NHL and other professional leagues feel it necessary to travel to Ottawa to oppose the...
02 October 2012
People opposed to a gaming entertainment centre in Toronto are certainly entitled to their strong, heartfelt opinions – but they shouldn’t be allowed to present their fears and objections as facts.
To get the facts we need only to look to the experience of over a...
19 April 2012
If Casino were Part of Larger Complex Including Restaurants, Shops, Entertainment and Hotel, Four in Ten (37%) More Supportive
Toronto, ON – Almost all Torontonians (89%) have heard about the possibility of a casino in Toronto and at first blush 54% of Torontonians...
Canadian Gaming Association Acknowledges Major Milestone To Allow Single-Event Sports Wagering In Canada
02 March 2012
Bill C-‐290 passes third reading with all-‐party support
and is sent to the Senate
TORONTO, ON, March 2, 2012 – The Canadian Gaming Association (CGA) today is pleased to acknowledge a major milestone for Bill C-‐290, An Act to Amend the Criminal Code – Sports...